* Sees the need for gov't subsidies for next 3-5 yrs * Says important to price electric cars for mass market SAN JOSE, California, July 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co said on Tuesday that the company needs up to 5 years of support from various governments in the form of subsidies to build a sustainable market for electric vehicles. Nissan, which is introducing its Leaf all-electric car in December, needs government incentives to trigger volume so it can bring down the cost of the car, ...
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